Web of Lies
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Web of Lies releases at an appropriate time since this past year teen dissappearances have made media buzz.
Below are articles that discuss teenage girl safety and tips for parents:
- How Young Women Can Stay Safe on Spring Break
- Safety Tips on Preventing Teen Abduction
- Top 6 Teen Driving Facts to Fear
- Safe Blogging tips for Teens
- Team Amber Alert
Web of Lies in a Nutshell
After witnessing a shooting at a convenience store, forensic artist Annie Kingston must draw a composite of the suspect. But before she can begin, she hears that Chelsea Adams wants to meet with her-now. Chelsea Adams-the woman who made national headlines with her visions of murder. And this vision is by far the most chilling.
Chelsea and Annie soon find themselves snared in a terrifying battle against time, greed, and a deadly opponent. If they tell the police, will their story be believed? With the web of lies thickening . . . and lives at stake, who will know enough to save them?
This book is fast-paced and is a good Friday night read with your man at your side and your bible at the other. :)
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OTA: From Woman Honor Thyself...
Many of us find it disturbing to hear the sympathetic apologists defend the ACLUs work to protect pedophiles over our children.
Don't forget to see Akeelah and the Bee this weekend.